No, not they; they want Irish votes, that's all—it's bunkum.
It's for them that all these atrocities are invented—most of them bunkum.
"It may be bunkum, but if it takes away his mind from his stomach let him go on," Curtis interposed.
I regret, however, to have to write that this idea of self-sacrifice is really all bunkum.
My clients, Whistle & Sharp, are bunkum yet—allers stand up to the rack at the end of an execution.
Slavery speeches are all bunkum; so are reform speeches, too.
Tall talk's his jewelry: he must have his dandification in bunkum.
It must not be supposed, however, that this was all bunkum to Mr. Spokesly.
But I'm blowed if this bunkum don't make me inclined to turn Radical rat.
Whereby I am at liberty to conclude that there is bunkum in the air.